And Everything Nice

    And Everything Nice is an unflinching analysis of the standard for female beauty. The series consists of women in states of affliction. The body fluid of the models (including blood, tears, and vomit) have been replaced with glitter in order to visualize the concept of girls invariably needing to seem attractive regardless of what is actually happening in the scenario.

    The models do not seem to acknowledge the glitter as something any different than natural body fluid, addressing the idea that women have been conditioned to go to any length in order keep up an attractive appearance. The work explores society’s continual custom of censoring the natural occurrences of the female body and turns what may be considered unladylike into something with more sparkle. The newer, shinier version of the female anatomy is in turn much more attractive, and feeds into the idea of boundless beauty leaking from the female body. 

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